Cambridgeshire, United Kingdom
We have a nice Hosta (see pic) left here by the previous owner, so we were pleasantly surprised that it wasn't attacked by slugs or snails. Its in a pot which is very rough on the outside and we wonder if this has discouraged
the Hosta lovers. It is of some concern that it may be getting pot bound but we're reluctant to de-pot it and plant it in the ground. we are aware that some plants (we don't know which) actually benefit from having the roots constricted, if the Hosta would be happy in this situation we would leave it where it is, otherwise we'll have to de-pot it and it will have to take its chances in a world dominated by snails and slugs. Any of you lovely people have any thoughts?
- 8 Sep, 2008